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Fairy Tale Christmas: The Musical (FringeNYC)

From 9 member  reviews
Members say: Clever, Entertaining, Delightful, Great singing, Funny

About the show

Part of FringeNYC: Santa Claus has been kidnapped! A band of Fairy Tale Villains plan to make all the Fairy Tale Heroes change the endings of their stories, putting an end to 'Happily Ever After' forever! More…

Categories: FringeJR, Musical/Opera, Local. From M. Scott McLean in Association with John Davisi. Written by M. Scott McLean, Music & Lyrics by M. Scott McLean & Michael McLean. Directed by MK Lawson. Choreographed by MK Lawson. Featuring Jennifer Byrne as Agatha/Sleeping Beauty, Katie Goffman as Imogene/Belle/Pinocchio, Josh Greenblatt as Goldman/Princes, George Slotin as Giant.

FROM THE ARTIST:
Santa Claus has been kidnapped! A band of Evil Fairy Tale Villains, lead by Cinderella’s step mother, are holding Santa and all of his toys for a ransom—hoping to force all of the GOOD fairy tale characters to change the endings of their stories!

M. Scott McLean in association with John Davisi is proud to present FAIRY TALE CHRISTMAS: THE MUSICAL as part of the 20th annual New York International Fringe Festival - FringeNYC.

Directed & Choreographed by MK Lawson, Book by M. Scott McLean, Music & Lyrics by M. Scott McLean & Michael McLean.

Based on the children's novella, Fairy Tale Christmas by Michael McLean and M. Scott McLean.

Featuring:
Jennifer Byrne* as Agatha/Sleeping Beauty
Courtney Capek* as Medoza/Snow White
Dan Corica* as Santa/Barnaby
Katie Goffman* as Imogene/Belle/Pinocchio
Josh Greenblatt* as Goldman/All Princes
George Slotin* as the Giant
And Adrien Swenson as Drama Queen/Cinderella.

* These Actors are appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association. Music Supervision by McKay Crockett, Music Direction by Caleb Hoyer.



August 21st, 2016
“The music by M. Scott McLean and Michael McLean is high energy, fun, and memorable - you’re guaranteed to walk away with a song or two playing in your head...The dialogue and lyrics are more on the sophisticated side for children’s theater, making this show perhaps better suited to ages eight an...
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August 26th, 2016
"Although some of the visual elements are lean, the McLean men have come up with some wit…Wisely, they ground the doings in humor…However, there were many instances of too-advanced vocabulary and wordy speeches and the cardinal sin of telling instead of showing, which also can make children confu...
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